The Field Reports series is an attempt to collect and publish a type of small, completely informal article that I wouldn’t care to print otherwise. These are not examples of great journalism, but I am in no way ashamed of them. These are the ramblings of my still-drunk morning self.
Also, to maintain the feel achieved by the first few, all of which were written in 30-45 minutes, with no additional editing, I have decided to commit to a form of spontaneous, restricted writing. 60 minutes maximum, no additional editing (meaning allowing typographical and grammatical errors), no pre-meditations or post-enhancements, always written the morning after a show. Informal notes, done lovingly towards Kerouac, crawling frightfully from Bukowski.